Practical Robot

Hover landship, MK3

SMG Hover added 3 years ago

This is my second rebuild of a hover landship. Although it has a rather impressive block and gun count it is still just as fast as any other hover and can climb, of course I wouldn’t call it "agile", other builds corner better. But this was not build to run and hide, it was build to get where it wants, shoot and never stop shooting.

The guns are mostly set back so they don’t just die because of minor SMG block loss, the inside is almost completly diamond wall, a kind of tetra weaving.

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39
Practical Rating
8.4
Creative Rating
8.3
Last Updated
3 years ago
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Comments and Ratings
Maharba
3 years ago
Looks tanky which could be good. Seemed like a lot of bulk towards the bottom but I suppose that makes getting flipped less of a problem but it also makes for a bigger target. Overall looks like a solid design

Ratings 8.0 practical and 3.0 creative0
Gottchar
3 years ago
The new version has a video, although without commentary.
swiftduststorm
3 years ago
looks like a fast traveling bot though the guns wont all hit overall good design

Ratings 8.5 practical and 8.5 creative0
The_Syndicate
3 years ago
Yeah isn't the back guns blocked?

Ratings 8.5 practical and 8.5 creative0
M JSU
3 years ago
It's very bulky. :<

Ratings 8.5 practical and 8.5 creative0
sonic96
3 years ago
as I see its a beast, pls use the cube manager.
ps. the back top gun should be higher than the front one

Ratings 9.0 practical and 9.0 creative0
Gottchar
3 years ago
Cube manager didnt count the blocks and left it as a t1 scout drone.
Thank you for your comment to the gun, cannot decide whther to rise it a bit and thus expose it more or just always shoot at an angle which is bad for the sideguns, luckily one of those 2 always goes first.

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